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Electronic games can inspire players to explore new ideas and concepts. By gaining a better understanding of the dynamic between player and game, researchers hope to develop more interesting and effective approaches.
As computational tools open up new ways of understanding history, historians and computer scientists are working together to explore the possibilities.
Despite a number of challenges, patients' medical records are slowly making the transition to the digital age.
Researchers are developing new techniques to gauge employee productivity from information flow.
Local and national governments are turning to open data to cut their costs, increase transparency and efficiency, and respond to the needs of citizens.
A growing sense of crisis prevails as computer science searches for its place in the K--12 curriculum.
Takeo Kanede, recipient of the 2016 Kyoto prize for advanced technology for pioneering contributions to computer vision and robotics, sees respect as an important part of quality of life technology initiatives.
Remembering a rich legacy in verification, languages, and concurrency.
Computer science has lost not only a great scientist, but an important link to the electronic computing revolution that took place in the 1940s.
Entertainment businesses say digital rights management prevents the theft of their products, but access control technologies have been a uniform failure when it comes to preventing piracy. Fortunately, change is on the way.